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Week of October 21, 2013

Retired Air Force civilians who use the Air Force Form 354, Civilian Identification Card, to access Air Force installations have until early 2014 to get a Department of Defense Civilian Retiree ID Card or other access credentials. Air Force Form 354 will be rescinded in early, 2014 as it does not meet the stringent security requirements established by the Department of Homeland Security. On installations where the commander has approved civilian retiree and dependent access, they can contact the civilian personnel office as a starting point for determining eligibility and for getting a secure access card for their family members. Once the AF354 is officially rescinded, which is tentatively slated for January, installation security will confiscate AF354 cards presented for access, so civilians should not wait to replace their access cards. For more information about access credentials and other personnel issues, visit myPers and enter “AF 354” in the search window.

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